The Envision consortium of top UK environmental research & training institutions hosted business leaders and scientists to explore opportunities for “green growth” collaboration
Global task force calls for research into how everyday chemicals in our environment may cause cancer.
A volcanologist, who spent some of his formative years at Lancaster University, has won the 2015 Vetlesen Prize, considered the ‘Nobel Prize’ for earth sciences
Official opening of new teaching labs, providing high spec facilities and a focal point for students
Businesses looking to develop environmental products and services could tap into research and development funding by working collaboratively with Lancaster University.
Lancaster University’s work to support businesses and the economy has been recognised by the inaugural Educate North Awards.
Lancaster alumnus Dr Ruth Boumphrey brings together the world’s best engineering brains to improve the safety of the structures we rely on.
Lancaster University hosts summit to launch new centre to advance environmental policy and practice
The global market for eco-industries has been estimated at roughly €1.15 trillion. With new environmental regulations, increasing prices for traditional energy resources and changing market demands, this figure is set to double with the average estimate for 2020 being around €2 trillion a year.
Five successful scientists from the worlds of business, academia and conservation have taken up residence at the Lancaster Environment Centre